The City of Napa's first priority is the safety of our citizens. Due the storms over the weekend, the Parks and Recreation Department is continuing to monitor parks and recreational area. Here is an update:
- Main Street Boat Dock: The dock downtown will be reopened today.
- Trancas Crossing Park: The park will remain closed to the public today as water still covers the bridge.
- Kennedy Park: The lower road next to the train tracks that serves the duck pond and Napa Valley College is flooded and remains closed, and barricades have been installed.
City officials will continue to monitor all parks and recreational areas and this site will be kept updated as more information becomes available.
The City of Napa invites members of the community to come and see the latest design concept for Dwight Murray Plaza at the second and final community meeting.
When: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Where: Napa City Hall, Council Chambers, 955 School Street, Napa, CA
The main goal of the project is to create a design for the plaza that will improve usability, enhance overall appeal, and complement existing and anticipated development in the downtown area. The City encourages all members of the public to attend, give feedback, and share their ideas on the redesign of this important public space.
View the flyer and read more about the Downtown Plaza & Corridor Improvement Plan here.
The City of Napa Public Works operations crews will be paving the southern gravel parking lot at Alston Park beginning next Monday, February 29, 2016.
They will grade the lot and improve the issues with drainage at the entrance from Dry Creek Road. This project will take approximately one week to complete depending on the weather. The crews will only pave one half of the lot at a time to allow access for parking at all times. They will then stripe the lot once the paving is completed.
An electric sign board has been placed at the park this week to inform the public of the upcoming work.
Thursday February 4, 2016
The City Clerk is accepting applications from Napa Residents for a total of three openings; two to serve on the Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency’s (NCTPA) Active Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC) and one to serve on the Napa County Measure A Financial Oversight Committee. Deadline for submission of NCTPA Active Transportation Advisory Committee (ATAC) applications is 5:00 p.m. Friday, February 19, 2016. Application submission for one vacancy on the Napa County Measure A Financial Oversight Committee is ongoing until filled.
Tuesday December 15, 2015
The City of Napa Water Division has begun the annual Unidirectional Hydrant Flushing Program which will continue through March 2016. Flushing will take place in parts of north Napa, Browns Valley, Alta Heights, the Soscol Gateway, Napa Valley Corporate Park and Silverado Country Club service areas.
Despite the ongoing drought conditions, the flushing program is necessary. If we do not routinely flush our City water mains, water quality will degrade. When pipes are not flushed, sediment can build up, react with chlorine, and increase the potential formation of disinfection byproducts, as well as require an increased amount of chlorine to ensure that the water remains potable. It is estimated that the flushing program accounts for about one-tenth of one percent (0.1%) of the City’s annual water use.